Kings Of Leon, Bloc Party, The Vaccines for 2013 Governors Ball

By Live4ever - Posted on 23 Jan 2013 at 7:55am



Matthew Followill, Kings Of Leon (Photo: Live4ever Media)

Newly added Guns N’ Roses, Kings Of Leon, Bloc Party and The Vaccines are just some of the acts who will be performing at the third annual Governors Ball in New York this coming June.

This year’s expanded leg – now due to run over three days after its initial one-day schedule in 2011 – takes in music, art and entertainment and will take place from June 7th-9th at Randall’s Island Park.

“It has been our goal since day one to build a world class music festival for our hometown of New York City,” says Founders Entertainment partner Jordan Wolowitz. “With the incredible support of the fans, and the artists involved, we are taking the next big step towards achieving this goal. Gov Ball ’13 will feature the very best acts in live music over what are sure to be 3 epic days in June. We can’t wait.”

Confirmed acts:

Kanye West
Guns N’ Roses
Kings Of Leon
NAS
Pretty Lights
The Avett Brothers
Grizzly Bear
The xx
Cut Copy
Beach House
Kendrick Lamar
The Lumineers
Animal Collective
Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros
Young the Giant
Feist
Thievery Corporation
Bloc Party
Beirut
Of Monsters and Men
DFA 1979
Crystal Castles
Azealia Banks
Yeasayer
Local Natives
Gary Clark Jr
Best Coast
Dirty Projectors
Portugal. the Man
Miguel
Dinosaur Jr
Holy Ghost!
Divine Fits
Twin Shadow
Japandroids
Alt-J
Deerhunter
The Vaccines
Polica
Steel Pulse
TEED
Dillon Francis
Paper Diamond
Fucked Up
Wild Nothing
Icona Pop
The Knocks
MS MR
St. Lucia
Freddie Gibbs
Robert DeLong
GRiZ
Solid Gold
Bear Mountain
Pacific Air
Cherub
The Revivalsists
Swear & Shake
Roadkill Ghost Choir
Ruby Velle & the Soulphonics
Moon Hooch
ON AN ON
Haim
Reignwolf



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